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Re: [ecf-dev] new feature request
- From: Boris Bokowski <bokowski@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 9 Nov 2005 23:58:45 -0500
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I have seen the new class EditorHelper and made minor changes in it.
Where are the clients of this class?
If you have any questions about editors etc., feel free to send them my way.
On 11/5/05, Scott Lewis <slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I've had a feature request from Ward Cunningham and Bjorn Freeman-Benson
> for the collab example that I would like to put in place asap (with some
> Feature: Remotely launch an Eclipse editor on a given workspace
> resource. For example, open the java source editor on a java file. We
> can assume (initially) that the file exists in the target's workspace
> (i.e. through CVS or whatever). Then be able to highlight a particular
> section of the launched file.
> I've opened a new bug for this:
> I (Scott) would like some assistance with working on this feature. Do
> folks have some good pointers (or existing code) for programmatically
> interacting with editors within the Eclipse framework? Boris or others:
> do you know where good resources are for such interaction?
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